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Adeept Smart Robot Car Kit for Raspberry Pi
If you are passionate about technology and would like to learn and experience the world of robotics, we recommend you take a look at all the robots that you can assemble and control with a Raspberry Pi.
This time we bring to you the RaspTank. An off-road vehicle equipped with cameras with facial recognition and a mechanical arm. You can learn by riding it and investigating how it works. It is excellent for learning to program and getting into the world of Raspberry pi.
(Compatible with RPi 3B / 3B +, Raspberry Pi is NOT included).
Object recognition, tracking and motion detection
Its operation is based on OpenCV. You can remotely control from the GUI application on the PC the 4-DOF robotic arm and the WS2812 RGB LEDs that can change to a wide variety of colors. It can track line based on infrared reflection and also supports real-time video transmission.
Easy to assemble and code
You can download the 73 page PDF manual with illustrations that is carefully prepared for you, it teaches you how to assemble your Raspberry Pi robot step by step and provides easy to understand Python code, with a handy GUI program (compatible with operating systems Windows and Linux).
Great technical support
An official forum, a blog is available and soon we will upload a video on YouTube to see the assembly and configuration to remove all your doubts.
RASP TANK – Raspberry Pi robot with mechanical arm
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